Published On: Thursday, 12 October 2017

Salmon Arm’s Blue Canoe Bakery Café Has New Owners

Salmon Arm’s Blue Canoe Bakery Café Has New Owners

- Corryn Grayston is the General Manager at the Salmon Arm Chamber of Commerce. She can be reached at 250.832.6247 or admin@sachamber.bc.ca.

SALMON ARM - Mastermind Studios has expand their business into Salmon Arm and the Shuswap region. Owner Peter Inglis-Cameron is pioneering a new approach to creating video content libraries for business and non-profits.

If you want to make social media and your website work for you let Mastermind Studios help. Mastermind Studios works with several agencies and media partners to produce captivating business profile videos that can be combined with print media coverage for extraordinary business marketing coverage.

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Congratulations to Shuswap Hospital Foundation for raising $112,000 at their 3rd Annual Charity Open. The funds raised will support the conversion from analogue to digital for X-Ray Room 3 (Trauma Room) at Shuswap Lake General Hospital. This conversion will provide improved image quality, faster processing time and use a lesser level of radiation to complete the x-ray.

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New owners of Blue Canoe Bakery Café, Ramy and Mary Athanasios are very pleased to offer a continued taste of delicious sandwiches, soups, breads, baked goods and beverages at their bakery café located on Shuswap Street in downtown Salmon Arm. They have also added to the menu with offerings of shawarmas, gyros and Mediterranean wraps. With expanded days of operation, every day of the week can be a day to enjoy something wonderful from Blue Canoe!

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Mystic Treasures opened its doors this summer and owner Anita Cranmer is thrilled to offer a unique variety of beautiful items including hand-crafted West Coast Native Art, Mexican clay pots & vases, cedar and chainsaw carvings and so much more. Visit their storefront at 310 Ross Street. 

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R.J. Haney Heritage Village and Museum is once again hosting the popular Mt. Ida Cemetery tour on Sunday, October 15th. A guided tour in the old section of the cemetery will highlight tales of love, heartbreak, joy and tragedy on one of the prettiest knolls in Salmon Arm. Cost is $10 per person and registration is limited to 35 people. Call 250.832.5243 to book your place.

It’s that time of the year to pull on your scariest costume and explore the spooky side of R.J. Haney Heritage Village for the 22nd annual Spooktacular – Oct. 21 & 22. With a terrifying spook trail and haunted house, there will be menacing creatures around every dark corner. For the little spooks, enjoy the Story Book Trail, the Coloring Room and more. Gates open at 5:00pm. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Admission at the gate.